Another happy customer…

“Just wanted to say thank you so much for getting the parasols to us. We had a wonderful summer lunch party. Sit down lobster lunch for 50. Many guests commented on the elegance of the event and the parasols. You have been deservedly recommended. Thank you again”

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Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall celebrate Duchy Originals, with a little help from us

To celebrate 21 years of Duchy Originals, we were asked to provide shelter in the gardens of Clarence House. The forecast was looking questionable so our cantilever parasols were seen as an ideal way to provide cover for guests, yet not obstruct people throughout the day. Fortunately the parasols were needed just for sun shade. […]

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How to replace a parasol canopy cover

We’re often asked if it’s possible to replace an existing parasol canopy cover. Be it a damaged canopy or a cover that is too dirty to clean, there are solutions available but careful consideration is needed. Not all parasols are the same Whilst you may find another company that supplies spare covers in your parasol […]

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How to keep dry at your event

One thing is for certain this Winter, you never know what the weather will be like. Fortunately our parasol hire service ensures people we bring some reassurance to any event. Contact us today and discover how we can keep you dry and covered whatever the weather.

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Off with a bang!

We’ve been helping our long friends Carling today by providing cover for the launch of their new drink, Carling Zest. The venue is top secret so we can’t give too much away but we can say the view is amazing even before the fireworks and live band Rudimental start.

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Fill your boots

An interesting hire the other day. Provided rain shelter for the birthday party of a well-known person in the football world. The venue: the top of Wellington Arch in Hyde Park Corner. Why not take a visit and see glorious views over London’s Royal Parks and central locations?

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